The 26 August 2011 finally come out a well written and positive article by Simona Lamonaca about Art in virtual worlds related to Real Life on VOGUE (Italia) newspaper with my photo about my installation work in Second Life that I did for the Fine Arts Brera Academy, Polytechnic and ATM transports in Milan and presented in RAI television in december 2010.
The mentioned institutions, museums, universities and galleries, etc. are: Canadian government (Ontario Arts Council O.A.C.), MiC (Museums of Rome), Academy of Brera (Fine Arts Academy in Milan) MIND (Milan network for design), Polytechnic (University of Milan), UWA (University of Western Australian), ArtSpace UTSA (University of Texas), and Spencer Museum of Art ( University of Kansas), Parco della Musica (in Rome), and the Teatro Arcimboldi (TAM in Milan), Imparafacile Ning, ArteLibera.
– A short article version on the website VOGUE.it
– The first presentation of the project for Fine Arts Academy of Brera “The Metro of Milan meets virtual worlds (1st Part)”
Merlino Mayo project description for Brera Academy.
– The presentation in Live Television of the project “The Metro of Milan meets virtual worlds (2nd Part) ON AIR – RAI Television”.
–Videos from Bryn Oh:
– http://museiincomuneroma.wordpress.com/ (managed by Mexi Lane, aka Marina Bellini)
– http://imparafacile.ning.com/ (managed by Imparafacile Runo, aka Giovanni Dalla Bona)
– http://www.artelibera.biz/ (Arte Libera managed Simba Schuman and Storm Blauvelt)
– The University of Western Australia
A blog for the University of Western Australia (UWA) presence on Second Life. A post about the Vogue’s article.
–Videos from Rose Borchovsky:
WHY IS THERE SOMETHING Susa Bubble Part 5: Greek Myth, The Battle of the Gods
LOST IN COUNTING – Susa Bubble
WHY IS THERE SOMETHING -Introduction-
Trailer: Een dag uit het leven-Kasteel Amerongen/ A day in the life of Castle Amerongen -1680
– VOGUE (Italy Edition) on WebMagazine: http://www.vogue.it/ – http://www.vogue.it/magazine – The Cover of September Avant-Garde by Steven Meisel – subject Ethel Granger (1905-1982) photographer Stella Tennant